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Get Customers to Take Action From Your Google My Business Listing #googlemybusiness

Google has introduced a new way for searchers to take action directly from a Google My Business listing.Business owners can now add links to specific actions, such as creating an online order or making a reservation. The links will appear on their GMB listing within Google Search and Maps.

Source - Read More: www.searchenginejournal.com

 
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Snapchat’s newest feature is a game changer for concerts

Having FOMO about not seeing Lorde at Outside Lands? Well, Snapchat just released a feature that could help alleviate your melodrama.

Source - Read More: mashable.com

Collaboration within social media apps will be the next wave to drive user engagement. This Snapchat feature is another example on how connected use your data can help with experience with in the app.

 
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Facebook snuck an app past China’s firewall – and nobody noticed

Facebook was able to get past China’s Great Firewall by using a secret app called ‘Colorful Balloons’ – and nobody noticed for months.

Source - Read More: feedproxy.google.com

 
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Facebook launches Watch tab of original video shows

Facebook has a new home for original video content produced exclusively for it by partners, who will earn 55 percent of ad break revenue while Facebook keeps 45 percent. The “Watch” tab and several dozen original shows will start rolling out to a small group of U.S. users tomorrow on mobile, desktop and Facebook’s TV apps.

Source - Read More: techcrunch.com

 
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This Retailer’s Ads Call Out Shoppers by Name, but It’s Not Quite as Creepy as It Sounds

Has Cost Plus World Market been spying on you? When the furniture and decor retailer says with some specificity that it knows how and where you live, it’s actually true. Creepy or clever? Check it out.

Source - Read More: www.adweek.com

 
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